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the deficit. most important of all, it is about energy independence for our country. it is about working with canada and producing energy in this country so that we get our energy here locally rather than having to get it from the middle east. that is what americans want. they want us to be energy secure in this country. to do that, we need to produce more energy like we are doing in my state of north dakota and montana across the border. movepipeline would mode -- that loyal as well as canadian oil. it is about producing oil here, or getting it from our closest friend and neighbor, canada, rather than being dependent on the middle east. classification you to have to wait on a pipeline, how safe israel transportation of these products versus pipeline transportation? is it.that we are becoming more energy secure. it is great. it is jobs and what people want. to go with that energy, we need infrastructure. that infrastructure includes pipelines as well as moving products safely by train or truck. the keystone xl will take 500 trucks a day off rose in western north dakota. it is a safety is
regulation authority chairman welcomed the staff from the japan nuclear energy safety organization. he said there are great expectations for the new members as they have high skill levels and expertise. >> translator: i would like you to do your best, so our organization can gain the trust of the people as a regulatory body. >> the merger was planned in the wake of the 2011 nuclear accident in fukushima. nuclear regulators at the time were criticized for lacking expertise. the addition almost doubles the staff of the nra's secretariat. many of the newly joined engineers are retirees of nuclear plantmakers. the regulators are now examining safety measures at nuclear power plants across japan. a safety screening is a prerequisite for resuming nuclear power generation. all reactors in the country are currently offline. >>> japan's education ministry officials have revised teaching materials they made after the nuclear accident in fukushima. they want students to learn more about the impact of the disaster, in addition to getting basic knowledge of radiation. the ministry originally published b
. we see an energy prices up. so we see an uptick for brent. point when these oil prices continue to uptick. it will get to a point where people will start thinking about inflation. perhaps what it could mean for growth ahead. for gold, one point three percent, we are now at $1343. a $150 gain so far. north korea, when that happens, we usually get an uptick along the south korean defense plays. naver corp, two percent down after gains last week. i will be back later on. john, back to you. j.crewican fashion has -- has friends in very hype very high places. and may have a new owner. >> that is the country trading in the japanese trading session. they may acquire j.crew for a deal valued at the $5 billion. really looking to make inroads in the u.s. unwilling to grow and expand overseas. they want to be the world's largest clothing retailer. so they are betting on scoop-neck tees and cardigans. the bigs fan is michelle obama the united states. she loves them. i love -- i wear some j.crew j.crew -- i wear some clothing. it is hard to buy it here. leonard green has been the guy behind
the crackdown in ac on nba is now with that time you find sources of energy in the area gas and oil that continues to drive down costs of energy. tomolo police said lower energy costs stemming from the rising production of shale gas are breathing new life into the u s manufacturing industry. he noted that this is prompting more firms to shift their production bases back to the us from emerging economies. many thanks to nana spots. that clear. we can see now and we think it's not an aberration we don't think this is to stay. in the minds of their six month one year to year. we believe this is it nice for the foreseeable future. we believe this trend what can be. select usa was set up in two thousand and eleven because of a decline in foreign investment since the nineteen eighties. i am nearly four hundred people joined japan's nuclear regulation authority after it merged with the government backed organization. nra officials want to boost their ability to conduct safety assessments of nuclear facilities. nuclear regulation authority chairman sheila e cheese and i welcome the staff fr
interesting front. we have clearly seen utilities that are more oriented towards renewable and clean energy technologies to reduce electricity behaves quite nicely. the market is certainly starting to anticipate some of that. hsing.eard from lee co. he is making a bet in that space. lee featured one of his rising venture fund companies. leaf, and theyna are taking a look at the lightbulb that could emit 100 watts of energy using just 12 watts of actual power. how much do you think these kinds of innovations are going to be integral? >> taking it in a broader really, technology is a intriguing place in china, and historically it was because it was cheap to produce than it was elsewhere. the intriguing part about china now, which is part of the consumer domestic growth idea is you produce it as well as consume it. whether it is environmentally oriented technologies or whether it is more traditional consumer oriented technologies, it's quite interesting looking. the stock performance looking at revenue growth, looking at earnings growth, we're seeing that with existing chinese stocks. >> oscar
program and washington said it should be allowed to produce energy. mr. obama will hold a similar meeting with the president in two weeks. orthodox jews were in west jerusalem over the weekend. they were protesting a law being debated in the israeli parliament with men to be drafted into military service and orthodox jews have been exempt and they want to keep it that way. >> it's important to tell the state of isreal that we are opposed to their political philosophies that we feel that the contribution that the elements of society are making will help the army and through our contributions and the religious spectrum we are arm and arm with the army, helping the state of israel. >> reporter: the new legislation is expected to pass in the next few weeks. ultra orthodox jews makeup 10% of israel's population. a california state lawmaker facing corruption charges says he is taking a paid leave of absence and he is accused of accepting about 100,000 in bribes including meals and golf games in exchange for his political influence. he is pleading not guilty. and he is the second california sta
that all he is interested in is domestic energy for peaceful purposes. the problem is that's not what's happening. what's happening is that the united states, through the state department and this administration, i think de facto has already but if not are on the verge of agreeing to allow iran to keep in place its enrichment and reprocessing capabilities, and i'm going to explain to you why that's a problem. if that capability is still there, if they retain all the facilities necessary for enrichment and reprocessing, even if they agree to limit to to a certain level for now at any point in time in the future they can ratchet it back up and they can go on to develop a weapon. in fact, the design for a weapon is the easiest part unfortunately of all of this. the hardest part is reaching the technological capability to enrich uranium to a certain point so you can weaponize it. if you allow them to keep all the equipment, all the technology, all the scientists, all that infrastructure in place, then at any point in the future when they decide now it's time for a weapon, they can break o
of the energy that secretary clinton left on the battlefield, i think that she is so far ahead, more so than any front-runner in the history of democratic politics. >> because there is a huge block of particularly women who believe she was robbed. who -- you're shaking your head yes. it really doesn't just feel like -- >> i don't want to take all the credit for the 2000 primary but i will sea that joe biden would make an extraordinary president. it's why president obama picked him to be his vice president. but there is this lingering energy and maybe some animosity who feel this was secretary clinton's time and now they want to make it happen in 2016. >> extraordinary is really the right advice of words for abiden presidency. >> all joking aside, he has a very impressive resume. the experience that he would bring to the oval office would be unparalleled really with many modern presidents. >> let me move us back two years and talk about the mid-terms this november. want to show you first of all what we call the jenmaker ballot. 42% of registered voters said, 39% said democrats, on down the line t
of russia's foreign trade is with europe. it depends on energy sales to europe for a large percentage of its state budget. it really depends on the the eu and u.s. are acting together here or if the u.s. is acting alone. >> thank you very much indeed, reporting also that as far as europe is concerned, russia supplies a quarter of all its energy needs, the oil and gas supplies, a lot of it through ukrainian pipelines as well. we will be covering all the developments here of course in this huge country of ukraine, all around ukraine. also those meetings in paris and those nato meetings with russian members as well in brussels a little later on today as well. all those developments, you can follow them on the bbc website,, also twitter @bbctimwillcoxs. >>> pope francis has strongly defended the record of the catholic church. in a rare interview with an italian newspaper, the pope said no one had done more to root out pedophil pedophilia. last month it was claimed that they allowed systematic coverups. the bbc's alan johnston is in rome and joins us now. particularly given the u.n.'
countries around the world have peaceful nuclear energy programs. they are doing this without spinning centrifuges, without enriching uranium, without operating heavywater facilities, and without conducting military nuclear research. onyou know why iran insists doing all of these things that the other peaceful countries do not do? it is because iran does not want a peaceful nuclear program. iran once a military nuclear program. i said it here once, i will say it here again -- if it looks like a duck, if it walks like a duck, if a quack like a duck, what is it? it ain't a chicken. it is certainly not a dove. it is still a nuclear duck. [applause] unfortunately, the leading powers of the world are talking about leaving iran with the capability to enrich uranium. i hope they do not do that. error.uld be a grave iranuld leave the ron -- as a threshold nuclear power. to rapidlyable iran develop nuclear weapons at a time when the world's attention and we seeelsewhere as we speak that that could happen. ,n one part of the world today tomorrow and another part, maybe north korea. just remember
crush the ukrainian oligarchs. they can cut off the energy to ukraine. if putin does not want to use leverage to support secession is financial levers over the medium-term to make ukraine the losers. >> what is the possibility of civil war? >> i think it is low in the near term. today, the most interesting news to me has come out of crimea where the russians have a base and naval infantry division. there were riots -- demonstrations that looked a little like riots. they were not violent. they forced the town council there to get rid of their mayor and except a russian citizen as their mayor. they also flew some russian flags. that shows their disposition. the crimean people, the majority of them have no interest in being a part of ukraine. if the russians want to stir up trouble, that's where they can do it. in the near-term, i don't think the russians will push that. if they push for civil war, you will have a republic of western ukraine is going to want to join nato imminently. outia makes a lot of money of transiting angie -- energy through ukraine and if they cannot do that, that
a routine x-ray, according to the department of energy. >> a lot of people are skeptical. >> with good reason. this is the first time in 15 years they have had a leak, and the department of energy held this forum, and hundople showede not satisfied with the answers they were getting. on top of that, a lab in carlsbad that tests radiation, has gotten more appointment in the last week as over the past six months. as for employees, officials are saying they're determining schedules. there's no risk to friends and employees, and the epa is being asked to test though site. >> trace, thank you. >>> an important update on a sick girl. after the state of massachusetts took her away from her family. we're hearing a judge may now allow them to reunite but the battle over how to treat this teenaged girl some what is behind -- girl and what is behind her illness is up to the air. doctors versus doctors and a family caught in the middle. the teen's father is our guest live next. the conversation about her mortgage didn't start here. block >> something is going on. you're looking live at the east
the energy pace for the -- energy base for the navy. how is that a going? and, again, how do you manage that? >> well, first, it's going very well. i said in answer to the first question that it's fuel and energy is a military vulnerability particularly the way we're doing it today. i'm very glad that america's producing more oil and gas. but even if we produce all that we can use, there are two pretty overriding factors. number one, oil and gas are global commodities. and the price is set globally. so you get some instability somewhere, you get somebody threatening to close a strait somewhere, you get anything, when the syrian crisis started, the price of oil went up $10 a barrel. syria's not a major producer, but it's a security premium that traders place on oil regardless of where it's coming from. every time the price of oil goes up a dollar a barrel, it costs the navy and marine corps $30 million in additional fuel costs. in '11 and '12, i was presented with, the navy was presented with an additional unbudgeted $2 billion in fuel costs. well, there are not many places to go get that sor
on oil, energy and other manufacturing companies. the capital cost deductions have been reduced. but as steve said, you're basically -- look, the two basic rates here are 10% and 25%. that's two basic rates. now, i regret that they had to hit higher rates to path surtax on. we wanted that for years. you could leave that 35% rate alone and everybody could have the 15% rate. everybody else could have a 15% rate. i would have preferred he go there. >> i don't take the camp plan as definitive if that was the only thing out there i would take it. in see it as putting something on table, taking all the secrecy away from it. one i want shows the tax code has to be junked but two it shows there's a lot of ways you can get massive tax deductions by removing these preferences. if you have a vibrant economy you won't see a 15% decline in housing values. people will buy more houses and move around this country. >> hugh, the gop has to have a growth message. now we can maybe really -- i can tweak -- look i did it on the air. i asked him about a lot of these flaws. the gop has got to have a
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they crashed twitter with that retweet. they were all in such a good mood last night, the energy was fantastic and it really translated to the tv. >> reporter: i don't want to call myself a thief but i did get you a gift. >> you didn't steal that oscar. >> reporter: and the oscar goes to michaela pereira. >> it's chocolate. >> reporter: i got really high there. that is not going to be eaten. >> i was robbed. i was robbed. it was politics. >> you're supposed to say i was just honored to be nominated. >> i say go with authentic. i showed up because i thought i was going to win. >> what a fun night for lupita, what a fun night for her brother. >> coming up on "new day," we're going to take you back to the crisis in ukraine. it's a battle about sovereignty but it's also a battle about east and west and russia. it could have an effect in the global economy and we're going to tell you why. [ garner ] there's a lot of beautiful makeup out there, but one is so clever that your skin looks better even after you take it off. neutrogena healthy skin liquid makeup. 98% saw improved skin. does your makeup d
and with your ticket to mr. votes to pass the new s.t.a.r.t. treaty. energy department funding for nuclear weapons activities over the past three years is about $2 billion short and virtually every nuclear weapon life extension program is the hind schedule. the follow-on nuclear ballistic missile submarine, replacement of air launched cruise missile are both two years behind schedule, and a decision on a follow one icbm has not been made. this needs to be addressed. i also want to know your thoughts on missile defense agency plans to enhance the u.s. homeland missile defense system by improving sensor capability and developing the new kill vehicle for the ground-based interceptor. these efforts i think are essential to defending this country. general alexander, the cyber command has made strides in normalizing cyber planning and capabilities in building the cyber force of no 6000 cyber wars. i'm concerned insufficient progress has been made toward developing a strategy to deal with the growing number of complexity threats that we're facing today that we have never faced before. the status
. russia is a major energy producer and major oil exporter and much of europe's gas and a lot of economic dependence on the part of europe in russia. i think the option are going to be limited. i'm all in favor of kicking him out of the g-8 and not going to sochi and limiting the visas and i hope contain what they are doing what they are doing in crimea but i think kidding ourselves that they are going to march out. it's not going to happen. >> how seriously is the white house taking this? do they think this is bluster or do they think this is vladimir putin pushing the boundaried with the west? >> they do not think it's bluster. thousands of russian forces are in crimea. one of the things the administration is watching closely is do those forces go into other parts of ukraine? there are big russian speaking populations in eastern ukraine. does putin try to contain his activities to crimea or move elsewhere? the biggest option on the table from the white house is sanctions. this would be to top russian officials that are involved in this advance into ukraine. but when you talk about sanct
of shale and low energy cost. does europe need to be more competitive? policy centers not just in the u.k. but across the globe are zoning in on value for money and affordability. what can we get out of our investment in renewables? we are seeing very different things across the globe. in emerging markets, renewables is playing a fundamental role. markets,ature renewables focuses on price. -- one of theent things that we see in this industry is the need for clarity. if i am making an investment for a long time, policy can't be changed every six months. to what extent our policymakers in the u.k. and elsewhere flip-flopping on this issue too much? >> it is a real issue. maybe if you we bring that back home, at the moment, for developers of new projects, they don't know what regime they're going to qualify under. they don't know what value they are going to be producing. they don't even know now whether they are going to qualify for a contract or not. that is the challenge -- >> if there was more clarity, how would it change the impact? could look to another market, probably japan is a go
energy and effort of our administration is going into this discussion right now. and the president has taken no option off the table. >> let me ask you about north korea because the u.n. has exposed for all to see the horrors of those death camps, the prison camps in north korea, the human rights wing of the u.n. is taking it up in geneva. a former prison guard testified that he witnessed dogs attacking five children. two of the children survived the attacks by the dog and were buried alive. how -- how much longer can this go on with china protecting its client, north korea, and the u.n. not recommending that the leaders of north korea be taken to the world court? and prosecuted if they could possibly be captured? >> well, i think that -- i think that every aspect of that report is a huge human -- is a huge service to all of us. and i applaud the report. north korea is one of the most closed and cruel places on earth. there's no question about it. there's evil that is taking place there that all of us aught to be deeply and are deeply concerned about. i just came back from china. the p
and thunderstorms, gusts up to 60 miles per hour, enough energy in the lower atmosphere to twist a little. so we could see some waterspouts becoming coastal tornados. weak but something pretty wild. and rain, almost all day on saturday, too. so here's the deal. you put four to six inches of rain very quickly, i mean an inch an hour at times on the mountains, you're going to pick up close to a half foot in places like glendora, california, where they have had a fire recently, that's going to be an issue and that's where we find david wright this morning. >> reporter: good morning, ginger. this neighborhood just survived those winter wild fires a couple of weeks ago. now they're nervous about possible mudslides. as you can see the whole place looks like a fortress here bracing for what may come. it's california's worst drought in 150 years and the rains are coming. about to pose serious problems of their own. >> one thing after another. the fire was one thing but we've got another one right behind it. >> reporter: some areas that faced wildfires last month are now bracing for mudslides. >> a lot o
at the radar. some of this energy is moving across the southwest, and fueling our next snowstorm and ice storm unfortunately across the central u.s. you see the pinks on the korean. that's where the freezing rain and sleet is falling. north of that is where we have the heavy snow, and in some cases we could certainly see up for to a foot of snow. look at the cold front. this is meteorology 101. you can really see it. it's a powerful arctic front. these are current temperatures, not windchills in the single digits and the minus digits here. 35 in memphis. that's where we're sealing that icy mixture. ahead of that very warm, unestablish are stable area. but again dangerous windchills where it feels minus teens, minus 20s across the northern plains. this winter could be one of the coldest on record for the northern plains and upper midwest. back to you, eric. >>> just promise spring. spring and summer will be here -- >> soon. i think it's like 18 days officially on the calendar. >>> unbelievable. >>> the pentagon is planning to cut the size of the u.s. army to levels that have been unseen in near
exemptions under eu energy laws that can be looked at. then the russians are trying to build this second gas pipeline through the black sea into the balcans and that has not happened and we can look if it should happen and should have the exemptions the russians are kind of pushing for in eu law. there are things we can do to put the heat on russia economically at least. >> reporter: okay, andrew willis some thank you for joining us from london with your thoughts on the crisis ongoing in ukraine. rwanda troops are using the 1994 genicide experience in their home country as a tool to fight sectarian violence and part of the african union force trying to restore order there and tan yeah page was on patrol in the forces of bongui. >> they want to use words of weapons as persuasion to end the violence in the central republic and means taking to the street, armed with memories of an experience no one wants repeated. many of them were personally effected by the slaughter of about 800,000 and moderate hootu and that was nearly 20 years ago and the lieutenant had relatives killed. >> and the people
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in the decade the sgr was actually allowed to go into force, but it takes energy from health care, doctors, and others who come to washington to do everything they can to see their compensation is no lower than it was the year before. this can't be a good way to pursue this for lots of reasons. the cbo has -- congressional budget office, has come up with a lower number to permanently fix this than we with have ever seen before, and we should take advantage of the lower number and permanently fix it however we need to. it was always in my view a phony pay-for and surely, there were people who were smarter than me who could have figured out when the bill was on the floor that we were not going to be cutting compensation every year so what would we do? just use this as an excuse to have health care providers come back and say okay if you don't want the cut what else can you give us? that can't be the best way to move forward. it's time to stop kicking that can down the road and do as much as we k. i think chairman wyden w
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river until testing. they urge residents not to eat from the river, either. a duke energy power plant leaked more than 80,000 tons of sludge into the river. the federal government is launching a criminal investigation now into the spill. >> there have been huge strides made in the battle against childhood obesity, our children slimming down. >> we're talking about preschool age kids. >> that's right, toddlers, kindergarteners, kids ages two to five. it's a significant age group, because doctors say children who are overweight that young are more likely to be overweight as duties. let's show you the strides made in the last decade. obesity rates for children dropped 43% from 14% 10 years ago to about 8% between 2011 and 2012. food and health activists are praising the progress. >> what's amazing is that it seems like some of the initiatives happening are actually working. whether that's parents buying and serving food to their children or early intervention, things like breastfeeding and the reduction of sugary drinks are actually working, which is great news for the whole country. >>
to be a balance between the amount of energy you take in and the amount of energy that you expend, and we all need to move more, but we also need to control the amount of fat and sugar in our diet. professor snelling teaches at american university, undergraduate and graduate classes, on some of these topics that we have been covering this morning on the "washington journal." we have mentioned obesity rates a bit this morning. help us understand where we are. the two headlines that my confusion -- that might confuse viewers. a recent gallup poll -- u.s. obesity rates tick up to 27.1% in 2013. then here is a fox news story that says a new study shows a 43% job in obesity rates in young children ages 2 to 5. where are we really? guest: in the past 20 years, the obesity epidemic has been part of our culture. we are seeing certain age groups -- it is sad to think that we are talking about obesity rates in 2 to 5-year-old children. this is a preschooler. whether it is in a childcare setting or an apparent -- or in their parents' home. said it did by fox, drop, but we still have a long way to go because
it is manipulating the energy supply, or banning the best chocolates made in ukraine. the fact is, this is a 21st century. and we should not see nations step backwards to behave in 19th or 20th century fashion. there are ways to resolve these differences. great nations choose to do that appropriately. the fact is that we believe that there are a set of options available to russia and all of us that can move us down the road of appropriate diploma sir, appropriate diplomatic engagement. we invite russia to come to that table. we invite particularly russia to engage directly with the government of ukraine because i am confident they are prepared to help work through these issues in a thoughtful way. i'm very proud to be here in ukraine. like some americans and other people around the world we've watched with extraordinary awe the power of individuals unarmed, except with ideas. people with beliefs and principles and values, who have reached for freedom, for equality, for opportunity. there is nothing more important in this world. that is what drives change in so many parts of the world today. it is
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there. the tea party is at this interesting crossroads right now. they still have a bit of energy, certainly, throughout the country. but they are at this crossroads about where do they go? you know, the tea party is largely a grassroots organization, but again, people right now are very frustrated and angry at washington. if you look at "the new york times" poll today as well, you know, they had this interesting number about how frustrated people are at gridlock in washington. and a lot of people think that's due in part to the tea party. if you look at right now, how much influence does the tea party have over the republican party, look at that right now. a lot of people think that the tea party has too much influence over the republican party. 37% right now, carol, you know, think that the tea party has too much influence. in fact, i was talking tofact, came on the air here and a republican strategist said they did do some good things. they talk about the spending but they were not able to come to the table. they talked too much about division and they didn't know how to govern
a fortune in the energy sector in the 1990s. her reputation is tainted. she's a controversial figure. >> i remember watching a video of her coming out in her wheelchair. thousands were screaming. is it a choice of the less of of two evils, yulia tymoschenko, and viktor yanukovych, or are the people rallying behind her. people seemed to have generous support for her. >> certainly she is charismatic and is a populous. >> she knows what it tell people to get them revved up. >> yes. it's no accident the image is hot. she want the people to win people with her charisma. viktor yanukovych wanted to win people with the iron fit. >> charisma versus the in fist. thank you eileena, professor at fordham university. >> back in the u.s. officials in montana issued an avalanche advisory. police and firefighters going door to door because an up to came together when an avalanche barrelled down a mountain. >> reporter: practically an entire town comes out when word spread that an 8-year-old boy and elderly couple was buried by an avalanche. >> they told us. >> there was a bunch of fire trucks. we were cu
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